12 Must Watch Korean Dramas With Unexpected Pregnancy

Although the unexpected pregnancy theme in K-dramas is rare, there are a few dramas that have beautifully conveyed the entire plot in this regard. Here are some must-see dramas about an unexpected pregnancy.

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12 Must Watch Korean Dramas With Unexpected Pregnancy
Korean Dramas With Unexpected Pregnancy

As time goes on, we are witnessing more and more diverse storylines in Korean dramas. However, the storyline including "unexpected pregnancy" is still underrepresented. As a result, we've compiled a list of must-see Korean dramas centered on "Unexpected Pregnancy." To learn more, continue reading.

12. Wonderful Life

Wonderful Life 

At the airport, Han Seung Wan and Jung Se Jin run into one other and seize each other's passports. Seung Wan and Se Jin meet up again, and they spend the day together. They both become intoxicated and have a one-night stand as a result of their love problems. Back in Korea, Se Jin learns she's pregnant and decides to give birth on her own.

A year later, Se Jin's oblivious sister reveals the information to Seung Wan at his parents' birthday party, where he is accompanied by his infant daughter. Their separate families then force Seung Wan and Se Jin to marry.

Do Hyun, Se Jin, Chae Young, and Seung Wan have a complicated relationship? The rest of the drama follows the family as they learn to take responsibility for one another and to love one another.

11. I Love You

I Love You
I Love You 

Suk Chul Soo and Na Young Hee are a young couple with a 14-year age difference. This is a drama about a couple who recently had a baby as a result of a one-night affair.

It will depict the present generation's perspective on love, marriage, and the responsibilities of child-rearing. Park Byung Ho was irresponsible and abandoned his child in exchange for a higher salary and a better life. He subsequently regrets his actions and learns to love.

10. Ho Goo's Love

Ho Goo's Love 

Kang Ho-gu has never had a true girlfriend, with girls taking advantage of his kind, naive nature by courting him and then friend-zoning him. Kang Ho-Kyung, his relationship-savvy twin sister, mocks him and his best friends Kim Tae-hee and Shin Chung-Jae for their lack of dating skills.

Do Do-hee is a member of the Korean national swimming team who recently won silver at the Asian Games. She's driven and competitive, and she's renowned for cussing a lot because she's never come in the first place.

In their teens, the shy, tormented Ho-gu developed a crush on Do-hee, whose beauty and athletic prowess made her the most popular female in high school. He only attends their high school reunion because of her, and when they reconnect, he is astonished to realize that she remembers him.

Ho-gu seizes the opportunity to spend time with the girl of his dreams, Do-hee, unaware that she is pregnant. Do-hee wants to keep this secret hidden because if the news of her pregnancy gets out, it will ruin her life.

9. My Love By My Side  

My Love By My Side 

A 19-year-old high school student falls pregnant and gives birth to a child. She raises her child on her own and discovers her own love.

Mi-Sol is 19 years old and lives with her mother and uncle. She is a senior in high school and lives her life in the same way that other students do. Mi-Sol works hard in order to get into a good university, and her mother is supportive of her efforts. Mi-Sol finds it tough to get up early in the morning for no apparent reason and begins to overeat.

Do Mi-sol is a single mother who gave birth as a teen and reared her baby on her own when her partner deserted her. She falls in love with a good-hearted man years later.

8. I Do, I Do

I Do I Do 

Hwang Ji-Ahn is in her late thirties and works as a director of a shoe company. She likes being single and has no intentions to get married. Tae-Kang, on the other hand, just has a high school diploma but dreams of working as a shoe designer.

Tae-Kang gets Ji-Ahn pregnant after a one-night affair, and their lives become linked. The two of them strive to navigate a complex and challenging environment while fighting rigid social mores. But, despite the challenges they face, these two people persevere in their search for ultimate happiness, while living in a culture where morally acceptable behaviour is always changing.

7. Good Job, Good Job

Good Job Good Job
Good Job Good Job

Lee Kang-Joo is a single mother and a ceramics scientist. Yoo Ho-Nam, her ex-boyfriend, had no idea she was pregnant when he left her to study abroad. He returns to Korea as a psychologist, but Kang-Joo hides the fact that he is the father of her daughter, Byul.

Choi Seung-Hyun, on the other hand, is the son of Kang-Joo's mentor boss and the proprietor of a fitness centre. He's loved Kang-Joo since high school, but she's resisted his amorous advances because she doesn't want to ruin their friendship.

6. Three Dads One Mom

Three Dads One Mom 

Song Na Young and her husband, Jung Sung Min, are anxious for a child, but her husband has been unable to conceive. Friends of her husband decide to assist them.

However, Na Young's husband is killed in an accident, and she gives birth to a daughter who she has no idea was fathered by one of her husband's friends. Han Soo Hyun, Choi Kwang Hee, and Hwang Kyung Tae are all possible fathers for Na Young's child.

5. Wild Chives And Soy Bean Soup

Wild Chives And Soy Bean Soup
Wild Chives And Soy Bean Soup

There were definitely a lot of over-exuberant celebrations of South Korea's 2002 World Cup victory if someone were to do scientific research. Jang Gook and Yoo Joon Soo were high school sweethearts. Gook becomes pregnant after their naughty night, and the two attempt to marry, but are forced to break up due to heavy opposition from both families.

Gook eventually relocates to the United States and takes the name, Jang Dal Rae. Joon Soo moves from being the son of a rich family to having to support his family on a paycheck-to-paycheck basis.

What will happen to the former high school pair when they reunite 12 years later and become hopelessly entwined in one other's lives? Kim Do Hyung directed the 2014 South Korean drama series "Wild Chives and Soy Bean Soup: 12 Years Reunion."

4. Heard It Through The Grapevine

Heard It Through The Grape Wine 

Heard It Through the Grapevine is a black comedy that mocks Korea's upper class, who wield great authority and profit off inherited money and pedigree. Choi Yeon-hee and Han Jeong-ho are affluent couples from prominent families.

Their reputation is shattered when their teenage son, Han In-sang, falls in love with a girl from an average household, Seo Bom.

For the sake of her child's future, Bom is determined to remain secluded from her own family and humiliated by her in-laws, while In-sang struggles to reconcile his love for Bom with his family's high expectations.

3. Marriage Contract

Marriage Contract
Marriage Contract 

Kang Hye Soo, a desperate single mother, accepts to be a liver donor for her new boss's mother after being diagnosed with a potentially deadly brain tumour. She will receive a substantial quantity of money in exchange, which she intends to leave to her daughter. They must legally marry and convince the hospital that they have been in a long-term relationship in order to pass the screening process.

As more people become involved, including her 7-year-old daughter, what they stupidly assumed would be a discreet transaction between the two of them suddenly becomes more problematic. Money isn't the sole factor that determines happiness, and love is what makes life worthwhile.

2. Angry Mom

Angry Mom

Her husband and mother-in-law are oblivious of her history as a mother and wife. A television series about school bullying in which the victims' parents are powerless to stop the torment. She's a stay-at-home mom who likes soap operas to news and has little interest in politics. She is illiterate in most areas due to her lack of education.

However, she was a gang member in high school and will defend her child with a long knife. When her daughter is bullied at school, she approaches the principal for help, and guess what happens?

The school bullying was only the tip of the iceberg when it came to the school's plethora of issues, which stemmed from the top down. Private school board members' corruption has created a perilous environment for children.

1. One More Happy Ending

One More Happy Ending 

This story does not deal with a single mother but a single father. The male lead got his girlfriend pregnant during college but she dies during delivery so he raises their child as a single widowed father. The way it is depicted is really unique and beautiful. This drama follows former singer Han Mi Mo, who was a member of the band "Angels," and her pals in their 30s.

These pals are looking for love again after a run of unsuccessful marriages and relationships, as the divorce rate and second marriages rise across the country.

Han and her friend's lives are interwoven with a divorcee, a single dad, a 30-year-old Matrix single, and a husband in a doomed marriage, and this romantic comedy will portray how the characters go to tremendous measures to discover romance and happiness in a humorous and amusing way.

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